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Tired Donkey

The Tired Donkey

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The Tired Donkey blogs about cocktails, ways to get the most out of your Mac at home, work, college . . . wherever. He used to write about the unending abuse suffered by the 51% of Americans who actually pay the federal income tax. But this became too depressing, and, frankly, no one wanted to read it.

Nevertheless, if you came here looking for the Tired Donkey's brilliant analysis of our dim-witted tax system, you can still find his earlier posts. Just check the archives or the
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Ayn Rand

Some Weekend Reading

Weekend Reader 3-14-2009
The Tired Donkey hopes that you are able to unload your burden for the weekend, and he would like to suggest some reading for you. The Tired Donkey believes in doing research so that you may become an educated donkey, a donkey who is able to argue from facts and not emotions. In this spirt, he respectfully suggests perusing the postings of the Tax Policy Center and the Tax Foundation. Both collect a wealth of primary sources that will allow you avoid arguing from the error-laden rantings of the pundits.

The Tired Donkey also enjoys the various posting at the Liberty Papers blog, and particularly recommends taking a look at this post which collects commentary on the “Going Galt” debate. Now, the Tired Donkey will be the first to admit that he is no John Galt; he is not nearly as handsome or creative or rich. And, though wading through Ayn Rand’s prose stylings in Atlas Shrugged is a tough slog, the Tired Donkey recommends you make the effort as it contains many ideas of continuing importance. More on Monday.
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The Tired Donkey

Sitting Donkey
The Tired Donkey blogs about cocktails, ways to get the most out of your Mac at home, work, college . . . wherever. He used to write about the unending abuse suffered by the 51% of Americans who actually pay the federal income tax. But this became too depressing, and, frankly, no one wanted to read it.

Nevertheless, if you came here looking for the Tired Donkey's brilliant analysis of our dim-witted tax system, you can still find his earlier posts. Just check the archives or the
Site Map.

Note: The Tired Donkey is not advertiser supported, and he gets no benefit from any product mentioned on his site.

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